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Originally Posted by Crabby654 View Post

I have not done that yet but I have a slight update on my situation. I was trying very hard to remember the content of the error at the BSOD and I believe it was an nvidia dll. But the fact that a graphics card driver decides to cause a BSOD just as I decide to use AHCI seems a bit strange? or maybe its common?
I also updated my AHCI drivers to the AMD ones while in windows. But I have yet to get a BSOD in the past hour.


Reading your post I have the same board with the same issue and I noticed you uploaded the AMD drivers to your OS while in windows are you refering to theses drivers from AMD?


AMD Chipset Drivers

Description:
This package is for motherboards with 700 series or newer AMD chipsets, and includes:
AMD Chipset Drivers
AMD AHCI Driver
AMD USB 3.0 Driver
http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/raid_windows.aspx#2

be interested to know the details and have you benched your drives to check there performance after and are they working at rated speeds?
This is a helpful thread and I hope to get some good knowledge and results! Thanks for any input!